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The Peel’s Prairie Provinces digital collection (http://peel.library.ualberta.ca/index.htm) provides a wide variety of research materials related to western Canadian history and the culture of the Prairie Provinces.

The Peel's Prairie Provinces collection within Internet Archive is a subset of this larger resource, containing duplicate items or new material that we are not yet able to mount on the main Peel site. Over the next few years, we will be working to gather the collection in a single digital repository, but, until then, we invite you to search in both the main Peel site and its IA companion.


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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Dec 27, 2011
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Page 1 - That’s a wrap! - Town taking action against water meter problems: Estimated readings and gallon measurements on meters to be no more Page 2 - Jingling and Singing at Ross Ford Elementary - Didsbury taking next step towards blue bin program Page 3 - 2012 budget places town growth at forefront: New operating budget and taxes still undecided - Hit and runs cause damage Page 4 - Lighting up the town Page 5 Page 6 - Course teaches valuable life skills Page 7 Page 8
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Dec 20, 2011
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Page 1 - Sawed-off rifle discovered in thrift store donation box: RCMP investigating firearm's possible crime link Page 2 - Family wants more information on Vicky Shachtay probe - Leinen guilty of murder in college student’s death Page 3 - Leinen guilty of murder in college student’s death Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Child protection from Internet crime an ongoing fight - Commentary: Christmas, Bing Crosby and the transience of fame Page 5 - All invited to community Christmas dinner Page 6...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Dec 14, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Arts profs struggle to find meaning in life with budget cuts - Baker apologizes for plagiarism with totally original speech - Campus musical actually happens, voters rethink democracy Page 2: - Phone hacking rocks The Getaway - streakers Page 3: - Arts faculty opens new shack - U of A Provost pepper-sprayed and arrested at Occupy Quad protests Page 4: - Living wall lives up to its name in recent rampage on campus - news queefs Page 5: - U of A dumps failed Moodle for tween haven...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Dec 13, 2011
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Page 1 - Fundraiser for children’s hospital an overwhelming success - Pitbull attacks five-year-old girl in Didsbury: Dog’s unprovoked actions send child to hospital “The owners of the dog have been co-operative and will be seeking destruction of the dog,” SGT. JEFF .JACOBSON Page 2 - Tschritter gets big boost on Chinese prime-time TV Page 3 - Tschritter gets big boost on Chinese prime-time TV Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Alberta’s prosperity depends on small business success Page 5 -...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Dec 7, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Fuddy Meers brimming with zany comedy and characters - University plans to implement electronic grade submission - Campus health services restructure to meet rising demand from students Page 2: - What is your favorite christmas movie? - Student alcoholism minor issue at U of A: report Page 3: - campus crimebeat - U of A adds to tally with new industrial research chairs Page 4: - Drama prof travels to Kenya to help U of A partner school Page 5: - New math support centre popular among...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Dec 6, 2011
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Page 1 - Fatal stabbing still under investigation: No charges laid against woman who allegedly stabbed son Page 2 - Renowned local receives provincial volunteer award Page 3 - Renowned local receives provincial volunteer award Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Students face day-to-day drug dangers - Letters to the Editor: Didsbury Christmas Helpers back for another year Prolonged period of stagnation with severe hardship coming Page 5 - Letters to the Editor: Didsbury Christmas Helpers back for...
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Nov 30, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Satirical sorcery in Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters - Increased use of Wikipedia as a teaching tool in classrooms Page 2: - What are you currently procrastinating on right now? - Local News Page 3: - Faculty science group aims to give students advice with new website - Hundreds take to the court for a shot at dodgeball glory Page 4: - Writer-in-residence feels at home in Edmonton - U of A icare initiative opens the eyes of school children to a clearer world Page 5: - Cultures unite to...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 29, 2011
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Page 1 - Man found deceased in Didsbury after stabbing report: RCMP currently investigating suspicious death - Investigation continues on explosion in Innisfail: Former Didsbury woman dies in her apartment “It sounded like a 12 calibre going off right by my head.” Page 2 - ‘Davis is the winner’: Former beef producer rep tops Kemmere in first, second count Page 3 - ‘Davis is the winner’: Former beef producer rep tops Kemmere in first, second count Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary Drunk...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 23, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Symposium showcases undergrad research - Arts Dean adresses budget cuts at townhall Page 2: - Would you use ebooks? - Researchers celebrate aboriginal history Page 3: - U of A military chair a first in canada - Campus bookstore partners with Google to offer eBooks Page 4: - Local artist remembered in new comics exhibit Page 5: - ISSS looks to add new membership fee as associaiton expands Page 6: Page 7: - Eating beliefs and norms affect weight - U of A smart condo to virtually monitor...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 22, 2011
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Page 1 - Town approves golf course land purchase - Get ready for Country Christmas Page 2 - Town approves golf course land purchase Page 3 - Accident and paintball mischief cause concerns in Didsbury Page 4 - Opinion - Commentary: Free votes are what matter Page 5 - Crime pays when it benefits victims Page 6 - Didsbury High School Volleyball team wins league championships - Zone tournament marks end for Junior girls volleyball season Page 7 - Zone tournament marks end for Junior girls...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 16, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Hoop Pandas still undefeated - New election rules extend SU campaigning period - Committee formed to explore LGBTQ residence cohort Page 2: - streeters - Campus food bank sees increase in usage Page 3: - campus crimebeat - Staff transportation survey explores commuting options Page 4: - Design competition explores strip mall renewal Page 5: - Dion cautions U of A students about senate reform - Story of Stuff aims to teach students about mass consumerism, ecology Page 6: Page 7: -...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 15, 2011
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Page 1 - Three-way race for Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills Page 2 - Ladies Night Out supports new playground - Rollover suspect fled scene Page 3 - Healthy opportunities recognized by Alberta Parks and Recreation - RCMP up alcohol checkstop efforts Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary War memorial with a moving history Farewell to a friend - Letter to the editor: Supportive living or designated assisted living have been purposefully designed Time for premier to deliver Page 5 - Opinion: Commentary War...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 9, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Historical re-imagining with Cleopatra's Sister - Crime rate decreasing on campus Page 2: - streeters - Apology - campus crimebeat Page 3: - news briefs - Former CEO criticizes current state of Canadian universities Page 4: - Canadian Constitution revisited Page 5: - Family medicine grads on the rise - Fun Drive a success for CJSR Page 6: Page 7: - Bite-sized treats are not so innocent - U of A awarded space research contract to study radiation Page 8: - Occupy vancouver losing sight...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 2, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Arts faculty looks to cut $ 1.5 million from budget - Pharmacy faculty to offer doctorate program Page 2: - Correction - Local News - Streeters Page 3: - campus crime beat - Students get chance to take back the term during weekend event Page 4: - news briefs - Alberta water practices questioned Page 5: - U of A maps out IT initatives for the next five years Page 6: Page 7: - Recent study suggests new relations between diabetes and cancer - Oxygen appeared 100 million years earlier...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Nov 1, 2011
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Page 1 - Local man awarded for heroic action Page 2 - Local man awarded for heroic action - Truck thieves lead police on ‘crazy fast’ pursuit: Pair of Dodge Rams stolen and jewels lifted during break-in at rural residence south of Olds Page 3 - Truck thieves lead police on ‘crazy fast’ pursuit: Pair of Dodge Rams stolen and jewels lifted during break-in at rural residence south of Olds Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Premier should act on drunk driving - Letter to the editor: DHS band needs...
Topic: Didsbury review
Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 26, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Board of Governors approves new VP post - Dead Centre of town delves into city's gruesome history - SU advocates to regulate non-instructional fees Page 2: - Market offers cost-effective nutrition - streeters Page 3: - Award recognizes u of a extension program Page 4: Page 5: - news briefs - New research chairs increase U of A's national standing Page 6: Page 7: - Higher health care usage reported among suicide cases - Alberta's turbulent history explored during Eugenics Awareness...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 25, 2011
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Page 1 - $4,000 of marijuana seized from Didsbury residence: One pound of illegal drugs and other items Page 2 - $4,000 of marijuana seized from Didsbury residence: One pound of illegal drugs and other items Page 3 - Library earns book funds Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial School funding restoration a good first move - Letters to the editor: Re: Thoughtless driver left cat to die "Fat cats and hungry mice" Page 5 - Stay safe this Halloween Page 6 - Heritage Advisory Committee has final...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 19, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Does floor 2½ on SUB exist? - President's town hall addresses budget, rankings - Rugby Pandas head to CanWest finals Page 2: - Streeters - Correction - Local News Page 3: - news briefs - High demand for Lister dry floors Page 4: - U of A student criticizes APIRG for funding Palestine group - campus crime beat Page 5: - Copyright bill reignites debate Page 6: - Neurosteroids could prevent MS - Heart transplant may be possible from mismatched blood donors Page 7: - Holocaust...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 18, 2011
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Page 1 - Local pharmacy wins the Small Business of the Year Award Page 2 - Home Hardware holds raffle for local family: Local business owner spearheads fundraising event for Taylor Jean Acorn “You certainly couldn’t ask to live in a better place. It’s unbelievable how many people come forward to help out, donate or send the family a message.” CORINNA VAN DYCK Page 3 - Open doors Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary Why central Alberta should love the Jets Concerns Regarding Bethany’s New...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 12, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Fall reading week dates put forward for consideration - Stunning start for Hockey Bears - Late-night bus service gets green light to begin next term Page 2: - streeters - Local News Page 3: - campus crime beat - SU considers removing NOTA option Page 4: Page 5: - U of A preps for sustainability week - Campus food bank turns 20 Page 6: Page 7: - Journey through history of quilting - Newly appointed professor looks at safety on Edmonton's streets Page 8: - Brain still develops in early...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 11, 2011
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Page 1 - Agricultural society seeks grounds renovations and upgrades Washracks, washrooms and more in store for Didsbury Agricultural Society grounds: “We’ve always planned to have all of the facilities updated, it’s been a matter of time and money.” CRAIG ANDERSON Didsbury Agricultural Society President Page 2 - Ontario woman dies in QEII collision - Town holds on to old high school land: “From a vision perspective the best thing to do is to keep that land.” BRIAN WITTAL Didsbury...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 5, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Local designers see fashion week as a way to keep talent in town - Profs bring technology to classroom with twitter and podcasts Page 2: - Streeters - Students take a stand for campus fine arts Page 3: - campus Crime beat Page 4: Page 5: - A 35-year legacy for a little campus coffee shop Page 6: Page 7: - U of a teams take first and third in alberta energy challenge - Alberta yields fossil feathers Page 8: - news briefs - SFU student killed in parkade shooting - Campus tradition of...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Oct 4, 2011
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Page 1 - High-end development targeted for golf course: Deal for condominium project would see much needed capital improvements made at golf facility Page 2 - Electrical bills rise but tax bills will be eased: “By increasing it (franchise rate) again we are trying to reduce the overall tax burden by spreading it (electrical franchise fees) out to the tax exempt entities.” MAYOR BRIAN WITTAL - Town aims to take ownership of museum Page 3 - Council says farewell to long-time fire chief Page 4...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 28, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - SU wants to retake world record - Integrity Survey reveals shortfalls in academic discipline - Lost record deserves righteous retaliation from U of A Page 2: - streeters - national news briefs Page 3: - CCIS heralds "new level" of science Page 4: Page 5: - Claire Martin calls for scientists to speak out Page 6: Page 7: - campus news briefs - Undergraduate research launch marked by new office in SUB Page 8: - Body scanners become fashionable - Researcher revamps BMI obesity...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 27, 2011
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Page 1 - Bethany Care seniors housing slated for Dorin land Page 2 - TV doc chronicles Whiteside’s battle - First signings near for Shantz Crossing: Success of park could solve town’s problem of low commercial assessment revenues Page 3 - Ceremony marks leadership change - Legion honours Afghanistan veterans Page 4 - Opinion: Letter to the editor Council could make other changes to curb spending No compassion for Clifford Olsen Farmers’ market much appreciated - Commentary: Mar faces...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 21, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Doubt plays to audience's discomfort with hard truths - Living Wall breathes life into Tory-Business atrium - Health Academy opens doors to students and medical researchers Page 2: - U of A students organize cancer fundraiser - Streeters Page 3: - news briefs Page 4: Page 5: - Freedom of internet expression debated in wake of Pridgen case - New technology could help developing countries test for diseases using paper Page 6: Page 7: - New research gives insight into the benefits of...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 20, 2011
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Page 1 - Town moves to increase commercial assessment - Grand opening for multi-million $ wetlands park Page 2 - Grand opening for multi-million $ wetlands park - Appeal board upholds condo approval with conditions: “We’ve got plans to revise the building footprint so that we meet all setbacks and parking stalls as required, so that there can t be an issue.” MORRIS MONK Ashbury Design - Lions host food drive Page 3 - Police briefs: Break and enter at oil lease site near Elkton Decrease in...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 14, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - GO Centre opens to Bears and Pandas - New application connects students to campus groups - Throwback screening features scooby Doo, The Flintstones and other retro cartoons Page 2: - streeters - Study examines human impact on Southern Alberta biodiversity Page 3: - news briefs Page 4: Page 5: - Students develop fungi that turns grass into a biofuel Page 6: Page 7: - Environmental campus radio program earns national award - Researcher uses web to spread sleep deprivation information...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 13, 2011
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Page 1 - Town puts up stop sign on big spending: “Council should hold off on all larger projects until the cost implications associated with the lagoon replacement and upgrade program are understood.” TOWN ADMINISTRATION Page 2 - Missing boy found, person of interest sought - Summer roaming cat problem under control - Terry Fox Run celebrates 25 years in Didsbury Page 3 - Warrant out for former Water Valley area woman Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary Obesity plan good news for Alberta A call to...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 7, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - University builds 3d models for virtual campus experience - Impeachment bill removes accountability Page 2: - Local News - Streeters Page 3: - SU increases quality control on listed tutors - News Briefs Page 4: Page 5: Page 6: Page 7: - 3D microscope brings new light to miniscule samples - News Briefs Page 8: - Students band together to fight hunger in East Africa - Physics Textbook Author to Focus on Education at Graduate Symposium Page 9: - Unconscious mind plays vital role in...
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Sep 6, 2011
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Page 1 - Wind-aided blaze destroys rural mobile home Page 2 - Akita owner pleads not guilty in attack case - Beverage recycling gets boost Page 3 - Milne appeals condo decision: “The overall problem with the thing is, it’s just too big. That’s the heart of the appeal.” BRUCE MILNE affected resident Page 4 - Opinion: Letter to the Editor Senior enraged with late tax penalty Open letter to Didsbury town council - Letter to the Editor: Inconsistent approach to MPC’s decision on condo...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Sep 1, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Past>>present>>future Page 2: - Researcher turns cow castoffs into plastic - streeters Page 3: - Language offering removed due to lack of funds, student interest - U of A backs out of Access copyright arrangement Page 4: Page 5: - U of A to develop MRI-assisted machine to help treat cancer - New chef turns up the heat at Room at the Top Page 6: Page 7: - campus crimebeat - DiCarlo promotes critical thinking and being an Ass Page 8: - U of A sex, drugs, alcohol statistics...
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Aug 30, 2011
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Page 1 - $1.6 million borrowing bylaw passed electronically: Mayor said debate already made and move necessary to meet agreement timeline Page 2 - School zones come into effect - Church angel returned Page 3 - Vandenhoven wins BMX gold at nationals Page 4 - Opinion: Letter to the Editor Layton one of Canada’s greatest Canadians - Commentary: Artful contrarism lost in scribbling nastiness Page 5 - Building Didsbury’s History: Bungalows a turn-of-the-century phenomenon Page 6 - Fun Run raises...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Aug 23, 2011
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Page 1 - Fyten one of 27 vying for Team Alberta Page 2 - Boody's high points wins the hort show - Westerdale peewees take silver in 2011 championship Page 3 - Resident smoked out of home Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary Hazing has no place in modern schools - Letter to the editor: Mourning the passing of Jack Layton Page 5 - Mayor’s comer: Tough decisions regarding town-owned facilities Page 6 - Arts peeps: Arts, culture showcase leading up to Arts Days Page 7 Page 8 - Huge turnout of...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Aug 16, 2011
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Page 1 - 3-2 vote gives Heritage Crossing the green light Page 2 - In brief: Elevator construction continues Intern application submitted Summer Fun Town admits unwarranted delay Page 3 - Police dogs called in to collar suspects who evaded police: “As the officer approached the vehicle, the driver of the vehicle stepped on the gas and took off from him.” RCMP SGT. JEFF JACOBSON Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary Students deserve drug-free school communities - Letters to the editor: Ball park...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Aug 9, 2011
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Page 1 - Lions bus could help Tri-Transportation Project Page 2 - Garden helps green thumbs maintain skill set - Substation and transmission lines planned for Didsbury Page 3 - Hot and cold turnout at farmers’ market - Police briefs: Unsuccessful vacuum burgle Baler stolen Report drunk driving Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary That’s all, she wrote Changing how we pay doctors doesn’t guarantee better care Page 5 Page 6 - Weekend of culture featured at music fest Page 7 Page 8 - Bocce players...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Aug 2, 2011
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Page 1 - Couple suffer serious wounds from dog attack Page 2 - Toddler-friendly playground goal of new society: Didsbury Playground Society plans to build equipment in Kinsmen Park for six and under Page 3 - Speed limit decreasing by post office - Excitement grows for Music Fest Page 4 - Opinion: Youth tobacco reduction requires multi-level effort - Commentary: Jack Layton’s challenge is a moment to seize Page 5 - Charity ball tournament planned for rodeo weekend Page 6 Page 7 - Aqua Jets...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Jul 26, 2011
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Page 1 - Thompson raises $3,000 for homelessness Page 2 - First quarter results on target for police - Leinen going to trial in student death Page 3 - Thompson raises $3,000 for homelessness - More details emerge on supportive living centre Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Norway attacks come as a warning - Commentary: PC candidates must step up on education “All have their pet projects, but the biggest question that plagues education right now is the issue of funding” Page 5 - Mayor’s Corner:...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Jul 12, 2011
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Page 1 - Shields takes rodeo royalty title Page 2 - Harvest Builders denies developer’s claims - Didsbury steps back from busing plans - Lifesyle pilot project successful in first months Page 3 - Competition was a piece of cake for Pearson Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Health system peace vital for Alberta - Letters to the editor: Build houses elsewhere-leave the Butte alone Tribute to the staff of Aspen Ridge Lodge Page 5 - RCMP award couple for work in search and rescue Page 6 Page 7 - More...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Jul 5, 2011
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Page 1 - Stalled development blocking proper stormwater flow: Neighbours ask council to step in and help stormwater runoff flooding basements and lawns Affordable housing plans still in the works p3 Page 2 - Mill rate unfair and needs to change, say residents Page 3 - Affordable housing still planned for town - Town buys and sells land for future growth - Leinen preliminary hearing adjourned Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Youth hockey must be safe - Letter to the editor: Home holds more history...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Jun 28, 2011
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Page 1 - New law will have drivers putting down phones when on the road Page 2 - High school students graduate Page 3 - Mar stops in during tour last week - Elks give museum project a lift Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Responsible driving up to drivers - Letters: We just need people to care and think of the history in town Beware of scams targeting seniors Page 5 - Mayor’s Corner: Let’s talk sewage – upgrades and expansions Page 6 - Showrider accepted to Calgary Stampede - Renegades number...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Jun 14, 2011
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Page 1 - Funding almost over for new engagement site Page 2 - Service set for soldier: Memorial service to honour Cpl. Richard Cunrow planned for this week - Didsbury author writes and publishes first book Page 3 - Family focus of soapbox derby Page 4 - Opinion: Commentary Canada Post strike solution is privatization - Letter to the editor: Leader award missed in article - Editorial: Wilderness preparedness a year-round necessity Page 5 Page 6 - Music success has roots in past: “I’ve seen...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Jun 7, 2011
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Page 1 - Levy could hike price of anew home Page 2 - Couple wait patiently for double lung transplant Page 3 - Town OK'd for $6.2 million grant for lagoon upgrades - Mail strike not on in Didsbury Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Oilsands not up for grabs - Commentary: Stephen knowns best Page 5 - Commentary: Stephen knowns best Page 6 - Didsbury athlete takes third at provincials: Zones results: Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 - Didsbury cop returns from Slave Lake: “There was a gun locker...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
May 31, 2011
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Page 1 - Towns discuss options for regional policing Page 2 - Marz decides to call it a career: “I have decided to retire from politics, and, therefore, will not be seeking re-election in the next provincial election, which may be in the spring of 2012.I will continue as your MLA until that time.” RICHARD MARZ MLA, Olds, Didsbury, Three Hills - Carstairs soldier remembered Page 3 - Society hunts for fireworks funds - Wellness challenge completes second year Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial STI...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
May 24, 2011
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Page 1 - Didsbury responds to Slave Lake disaster Page 2 - Curling club ready to move forward with repairs - Community Briefs: Neighbours ask to close alley Levy bylaw gets first reading Handicapped parking added Rezoning approved Page 3 - Didsbury to host Mountain View Arts Festival - Police briefs: Collision outside of Carstairs Hit and Run Pot plant seized Yard decor damaged House egged Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Fire safety everyone’s business - Commentary: There is no conspiracy around...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
May 17, 2011
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Page 1 - Big, open lot ideal for STARS: “The airport is an option, but when we’re flying in we have a critical patient; it’s time-sensitive and we want to get as close to that patient as possible. So, it’s been indicated that discussion will be happening (with the church) going forward" CAM HEKE, STARS spokesperson Page 2 - Pride campaign gets new name - Volunteer firefighters included in cancer coverage: Ammendment to Worker’s Compensation Act will now cover 14 work-related...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
May 10, 2011
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Page 1 - 'Tis the season for prowling: Mischief and break and enters spike with start of warmer temps Page 2 - Habitat build complete in Didsbury - Storm water upgrades ready to go in Deer Ridge area: “We re creating a depression and then we’ll actually be putting a culvert through the side of the hill to continue the water out into the outfall just east of those homes.” BRITTANY WICKHAM manager of planning and infrastrueture Page 3 - Program gives youth second chance - Band receives top...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
May 3, 2011
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Page 1 - MAJORITY: Conservative Blake Richards re-elected in Wild Rose with landslide Page 2 - New off-site levy fees discussed - Levy breakdown - Over $50,000 given to Didsbury groups: “All the money we receive goes right back to the community." RAY LEA president of the Didsbury Lion's Club Page 3 - Neighbours weigh in on rezoning Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Emergency preparedness everyone’s business - Letter to the editor: Destructive behaviour warrants apology - Commentary: Let bars...
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Apr 26, 2011
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Page 1 - Neighbourhood confused with council’s decision Page 2 - Curling members want to see club continue - Council tasked with finding funds Page 3 - Candidates discuss accountability, economy Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Election campaign plays out as predicted - Commentary: Albertans need judicial inquiry Page 5 - Mayor’s Comer: Roles of administration and council Page 6 Page 7 - Candidates stop in Page 8 - Badminton season in full swing Page 9 - Volunteer centre opens Page 10 -...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Apr 19, 2011
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Page 1 - Wildrose candidates debate issues - Old-time dance makes a comeback in Didsbury Page 2 - Two men stabbed in street attack Page 3 - Christian Heritage candidate says he’s an alternative to Conservatives - Development committee on hold Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Premier right to defend Alberta industry Grits are lost on the prairie Page 5 - Reilly stops in Didsbury during book tour Page 6 - German band shares tunes with Didsbury: “They played a few charts we do as well which was...
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Peel's Prairie Provinces
Apr 12, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - ''This Snitchell asshole MIGHT STILL WALK" - Layton admits defeat, kinda Page 12: - POLITICS GETS ROWDY - Ke$ha to bathe at last: reports Page 2: - ROBINSON ON THE LOOSE - FUCKING GPS IS CRAZZZYY - VANCOUVER LADY NOT AFRAID OF RADIATION - The female Bush Page 13: - SECRET KARDASHIAN SIBLING DISCOVERED - BACONGASM - The dubstep disease - WILLIAM SHATNER CRIES MAGICAL TEARS - OPRAH LIVES FOREVER - You're reading the fucking arts section! Page 3: - HARPER REFUSING TO ANSWER...
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Apr 12, 2011
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Page 1 - Lights go out in Didsbury Saturday - Library offers direction with growing trend: eBooks Page 2 - Show breaks attendance record Saturday: “This is one of the best shows around... it’s a great way to see what’s happening in the area.” LOLA HUNFORD, Innisfail resident. - Wild Rose Liberal candidate apologizes following radio comments Page 3 - Tri-transportation Project almost ready - Community briefs: New area structure plan gets first reading Council agrees on fee cap Borrowing...
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Apr 5, 2011
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Page 1 - Wild Rose candidates outline plans, proposals - Council irked by unexpected road costs Page 2 - Wild Rose candidates outline plans, proposals - Council irked by unexpected road costs - Repairs and dates proposed for crossings: Page 3 - Man in Motion plans to revisit Didsbury - Didsbury ranks top ten for Earth Hour efforts Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Every Alberta infant deserves safety and security - Letters to the editor: Support our volunteer firefighters through campaign No need for...
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Apr 5, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - inside - Faculties to face two per cent cuts - U of A to provide funds for "eHarmony for research" - FOOL'S GOLD Page 2: - STREETERS - Kids experiment at Science FUNday - HEALTHY DOES OF REALITY Page 3: - Thousands of postcards trace the past of the western frontier Page 4: - Waste treatment plant emissions changing sex of fish - U of A gait analysis machine uses three-dimensional technology Page 5: - Buying the Grade Page 6: - letters TO THE eds - Med school seats shouldn't...
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Mar 31, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - inside - A QUIET SUBTLETY - IBM reseacher shows off Watson's complex innards - Smartphone text harder to comprehend Page 2: - STREETERS - COUNCIL FORUM Page 3: - Council tackles low attendance Page 4: - CAMPUS CRIME BEAT - Students study life with HIV through art Page 5: - Three swipes effective in cleaning plastics Page 6: - Students okay with tuition increases, budget cuts: study - Women lag behind in earning doctoral degrees: StatsCan Page 7: - Canada lacks leadership in Libya -...
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Mar 29, 2011
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Page 1 - Election set for May 2 - Huskies rescued: Local dog lovers help save abandoned huskies deemed unadoptable Page 2 - Miki Town visitors bid fond farewell Page 3 - Editorial: Election unwanted but still important Page 4 Page 5 - Student soaks up feedback at regional science fair - All-star players enjoy final game Page 6 - Woman falls from vehicle, gets run over: Two men flee on foot Propane tanks jacked from Lions Window busted Increased traffic enforcement wraps up Page 7 Page 8
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Mar 29, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Yamagishi beats McBean for VPSL - U of A lays off community relations director Page 2: - Students go silent for LGBTQ awareness - STEETERS Page 3: - Reuters editor discusses the disappearing middle class Page 4: - Communities deserve more from U of A - letters TO EH eds - from THE Web Page 5: - Let's be honest: Parliament is populated by whiny children Page 6: - Proud art of prank calling still worth mastering Page 7: - faces of the U of A Page 8: Page 9: Page 10: Page 11: - Naturally...
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Mar 22, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - CLEANED SLATES - Same-faculty election slates disbanded - All students able to switch email to Google Apps Page 2: - Accounting Club files taxes free of-charge - STREETERS Page 3: - Business students spend a week in the cold Page 4: - Researcher draws links between genius and prenatal testosterone - Visiting German professor tackles the role of nature in the humanities Page 5: - Apple indecisive on iPhone app censorship - letters TO THE eds Page 6: - DIE Board's bad decisions causing...
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Mar 22, 2011
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Page 1 - Club has just over one month to make big decision Page 2 - Students find creative way to raise money for Japan - Leadership candidates attend local AGM Page 3 - Budget set and projects outlined - Project lifts off with funds secured - Recruitment plan ups doctor count Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Poison warning messages must get through Canadians failing democracy - Letter to the editor: Daylight Savings not beneficial Page 5 Page 6 - Mayor’s Corner: Reasons behind CMI purchase...
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Mar 17, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - inside - Faculty association seeks arbitration - Immigration minister Kenney talks border policies Page 2: - COUNCIL FORUM - STREETERS Page 3: - Researchers receive world record for sharpest man - made object Page 4: - Nuclear power not worth the risks - letters TO THE eds Page 5: - Council apathetic about attendance - THREE LINES FREE Page 6: - Charlie Sheen is the real story Page 7: - Dealing with Depression Page 8: Page 9: - social intercourse - Secrets, sarcasm, and synthesizers...
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Mar 15, 2011
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Page 1 - Locals worry for friends and family following quake Page 2 - ‘Wrong year’ to create snow mounds as removal method - Pacific rim on alert for tsunami waves Page 3 - Year two of challenge starts next month - DIdsbury still on patrol group’s wish list Page 4 - Opinion: Editorial Victim support program is money well spent Election a test of Harper's armour Page 5 Page 6 - Dragons finish season strong Page 7 Page 8 - Fire in the Dragon’s belly: Team “bound and determined”...
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Mar 15, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - FIRE ON ICE - Tighe talks changes at Dewey's - Second term for GSA president Page 2: - STREETERS - CORRECTION - QUAD DISPLAY Page 3: - BUDGETARY BUDDIES - Sleep deprivation leads to lower grades,depression: researcher Page 4: - CAMPUS CRIME BEAT - Engineering team's drawbridge design falters on national stage Page 5: - letters TO THE eds - DIE Board messes with democracy Page 6: - A new face for the same old schemes Page 7: - THREELINESFREE - A chance to light the torches Page 8: -...
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Mar 11, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - CAMPUS TIGHES THE KNOT Page 2: - STREETERS election night - Fall Reading Week referenda wins support Page 3: - Tighe new SU president - SU ELECTION RESULTS Page 4: - Uncontested executive, BoG Rep win over NOTA - Unofficial results for VPSL race sealed Page 5: - GSA ELECTION RESULTS - Coulthard wins second terms as GSA President Page 6: - Slate prevails on GSA election night Page 7: - Election Night Live! Page 8:
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Mar 10, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - NEW ELECTION CALLED FOR SU VPSL - New student card could improve access to information Page 2: - New minister sees students as partners - STREETERS - CORRECTION Page 3: - MLA encourages participation Page 4: - Appetites of cancer patients can be boosted by synthetic THC: study - New clinic tackles high risk of skin cancer in organ transplant patients Page 5: - More money from feds for education access program - Pro-life club sues Carleton, claiming rights violations Page 6: - Fraud!...
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Mar 8, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - BETTER LIFE CHOICES - Candidates talk lack of election interest at Myer Horowitz forum - Klawe kicks off Festival of Teaching Page 2: - Building more than houses in Honduras - STREETERS Page 3: - Communication comes up as a major issue in SUBstage election forum Page 4: - Tighe takes on joke candidate Dr. Horrible in presidential race - BoG candidate pushes student engagement Page 5: - Godzilla challenges Iskandar for VP External position Page 6: - Election Dissection Page 7: Page 8:...
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Mar 8, 2011
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Page 1 - Winter’s going to hang on’: “We know we live in a country where winter is king but it really gets to the point now where we feel we deserve some decent weather.” DAVE PHILLIPS Senior climatologist with Environment Canada Page 2 - Elderly woman drives through storefront - Final approval of borrowing bylaw upcoming Page 3 - Rescue group uses New Zealand badges for quake relief fundraiser - Man pinned in industrial accident: We will be speaking with the employer and coworkers and...
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Mar 3, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Student engagement top priority at forum - Candidate rejected from Lister presidential elections - inside Page 2: - COUNCIL FORUM - STREETERS - MARCH IN SOLIDARITY Page 3: - New knowledge of how viruses survive may help scientists combat infection - Oilsands visionaries discuss citizen engagement, energy tax Page 4: - Cheema pushes for more food options, SUB renovations Page 5: - Councillor Yamagishi battles McBean in Student Life race - Aa Page 6: - Csorba single candidate for VPA...
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Mar 1, 2011
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Page 1 - McGibney survives 6.3 magnitude New Zealand earthquake Page 2 - McGibney survives 6.3 magnitude New Zealand earthquake - Ag society loses major annual fireworks funder Page 3 - Street speed reductions considered to increase pedestrian safety - Fatal collision on Hwy 580 Page 4 - Opinion: Letter to the editor Council can’t read minds but we are listening Performance incentive should be based on four parts Page 5 - Opinion: Letter to the editor Council can’t read minds but we are...
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Mar 1, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - U of A Notes 2011 - Campus facing unprecedented mice problem in buildings - Donation matching program frozen Page 2: - U of A signs postsecondary mutual-aid agreement - STREETERS - PUT 'EM UP, RIP 'EM DOWN Page 3: - Coulthard battles Braga in GSA presidential race Page 4: - Hoque, Sparkes battle for VPSL - Lunawat sole Student Services candidate Page 5: - Rathbone faces off with former exec Yousefi for Aademic - Incumbent Korassa re-runs for VP Labour Page 6: - Student athletics a...
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Feb 17, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - inside - WORK IT - President addresses hardship - Discovery may lead to better cancer screening Page 2: - COUNCIL FORUM - CORRECTION - ELECTION TIME! - STREETERS Page 3: - Dino lab volunteers get their hands dirty cleaning fossils Page 4: - STUDENT ENGAGEMENT EVALUATED Page 5: - University of Toronto students protest military recruitment on campus - Feds seek $311 million to meet Canada Student Loans demand Page 6: - ON THE BEAT Page 7: Page 8: - from the web - Pop star politics Page...
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Feb 15, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - Katz Group proposes downtown residence - U of A's involvement in Norway rocketry program expands Page 2: - STREETERS - HERE COMES THE HEAT Page 3: - Politicians debate affordability of Alberta postsecondary Page 4: - Diabetes drug could treat Alzheimer's - U of A research helps prevent tropical logging in Brazil Page 5: - Students take water filter technology to Kenya Page 6: - letters TO THE eds - Feds need to step up in Edmonton's LRT expansion Page 7: - Freedom brings new hope to...
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Feb 10, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - inside Page 2: - SUB mart employee brightens everyone's day - STREETERS - RETRACTION Page 3: - Plans for new Physical Activity Centre nearing completion - CAMPUS CRIME BEAT Page 4: Page 5: - U of A reclaims record for world's largest dodgeball game Page 6: - U of A scholar wins poetry prize - Competition funds student projects such as mobile app, documentary Page 7: - Sex Fest aims to increase STI, sexual health awareness - post - secondary digest Page 8: - Research shows perception...
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Feb 8, 2011
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Page 1 - Outpatient physiotherapy service closes again Page 2 - Time limits for parking too short, say shoppers - Council to hear guide rail request soon - Draft redevelopment plan presented Page 3 - Westglen student qualifies for regional spelling bee - Program results remain steady year later Page 4 - Opinion: Leadership races provide opportunities, dangers - Letters: Skid-steer loaders ruining lawns Meet and greets missing the point Page 5 Page 6 - Training day for Didsbury Search and Rescue...
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Feb 3, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - inside - I-Week presents migration stories - Lister to implement alcohol-free floors - MOVING WITH IT Page 2: - STREETERS - HIT THE GROUND Page 3: - CAMPUS CRIME BEAT - Dinosurs may have survived longer than previously thought Page 4: - Playwright in Residence excited for "new energy" Page 5: - U of A's transcendence printmaking collection spans cultural frontiers - Student wears jeans for 15 months Page 6: - Young immigrants more likely to graduate from postsecondary Page...
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Feb 1, 2011 University of Alberta:
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Page 1: - inside - DIVERSITY AND MOVEMENT - Boyden opens I-Week discussing migration - DKE fraternity suspended as U of A group for five years Page 2: - STREETERS - TUG O'FACULTIES Page 3: - INTERNATIONAL WEEK - SU to launch new website Page 4: - Big crashes at concrete toboggan race Page 5: - Perfectionism hurts students: study - U of M support staff vote for strike mandate, negotiations continute Page 6: - DKE International lets frat off the hook - letters TO THE eds - Change in the Middle...
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